Consumer Information (ABA Standard 509)
According to Standard 509 of the American Bar Association Standards and Rules of Procedure, the Law School must publicly disclose a variety of consumer information, both general and pertaining to specific areas, on its website.
General consumer information (Standard 509(b))
Policy regarding transfer of credit from other law schools or institutions (Standard 509(c))
Employment outcomes (Standard 509(d))
Employment Summary for the Class of 2012
Employment Summary for the Class of 2011
Employment Summary for the Class of 2010
Conditional scholarship retention data (Standard 509(e))
The University of Texas School of Law does not offer conditional scholarships. Information on scholarships and financial aid can be found on the Financial Aid Office website.